Mass media publications concerning amaranth and Amaranth Institute members' work
In the field
Determination of Growing Capability and Nutritional Contents
of Grain Amaranth for Food Security and Healthy Living in Nigeria
Food Utilization and Use in Development
Yield Potential Of Novel Semi-dwarf Grain Amaranths Damba Yahaya
Amaranthus Research Trends David M. Brenner
Ancient Grains: From Field to Mainstream Market Jonathan Walters
Amaranthus Research Trends
A global round-up of amaranth research. Presented at the 2016 Amaranth Institute Conference held in Nashville, Tennessee.
David M. Brenner, North Central Regional Plant Introduction StationDepartment of Agronomy, Iowa State UniversityFunded by Hatch Act Regional Project NC7
Yield Potential Of Novel Semi-dwarf Grain Amaranths Tested For Tennessee Growing Conditions
Status of the Amaranthus Seed Collection
The United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System’s Amaranthus collection consists of 3,338 accessions, of which 96% are available for distribution and 97% are backed up at the National Center for Germplasm Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Ex-Post Evaluation of World Renew’s Introduction and Promotion of Grain Amaranth in East Africa: 1999-2008
Quantifying Architectural Traits of Amaranths by 3-Dimensional Digitization